David Joel Rodriguez


Miles Attached (2012) - Poem by David Joel Rodriguez

Away from another love, the enchanted night arose as two souls had
merged and formed as one. A gentle touch of our fingertips aroused
the lustrous skin, revealing it all... The darkness hid the lust but
steamy windows felt the heat. It all began with a simple kiss as
fiddling digits chose to thrust, only to awaken your concealed awes...

Sweat was imported through slippery thighs
Revealing us all around, igniting the night
Everywhere, at last, caressing your insides
Sharing intimate sounds, as inner fluids danced

Here we are, together as one
no turning back, already begun
alone, together, away from it all
day and night with my baby doll
my heart aches over there
I want to be here, with you
where my heart's no longer blue

No more will we hide, bringing passion to light
No more will we hide, taking each other at night

Our crave is now over
hold me, hold me closer
please don't let me go
nowhere I would rather be
I'm not wanted over there
please let this feel succeed
lets fulfill our every need

What we had started, stirred a smile to write
Souls wrapped around, endearing and tight
Everywhere, at last, our love was applied
Each other we have found, afar across the lands

No more do we hide, yearning love in the light
No more do we hide, our smile and kiss tonight


Comments about Miles Attached (2012) by David Joel Rodriguez

  • Lynzi Mills (6/19/2012 5:54:00 PM)


    So beautifully written.
    That is one very lucky girl
    I wonder if she realises how lucky she is?
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  • (5/9/2012 6:50:00 PM)


    This poem is so beautiful David. You are a fantastic poet and should be snapped up by an agent or publisher. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 21, 2012

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 21, 2012


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